Agriculture and Agritourism in Pagosa Country
Your guide to farmers’ markets, roadside stands, u-picks, restaurants and agritourism activities!
Colorado Farm Fresh Directory
Colorado Dept of Agriculture
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is pleased to present the 33rd edition of the Colorado Farm Fresh Directory, your complete guide to farmers’ markets and roadside stands in the state. This year’s directory lists more than 200 farms, roadside stands, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, u-picks, restaurants, and features more than 100 farmers’ markets across Colorado. For more information CLICK HERE
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945 County Road 973
Daily, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
GrassRoots Meats is located in southwestern Colorado, at the base of Wolf Creek Pass in Pagosa Springs. It is owned by Allan and Lois Higgins, residents of the area since 1976. GrassRoots Meats provides all natural, grass-finished beef and lamb, as well as free-range organic chicken, raised without added hormones or antibiotics.
It is satisfying to know that our animals live their ives on lush green grasses, moving freely and soaking up the sunshine. At GrassRoots Meats we work hard to produce the healthiest and highest quality meat at prices that any family can afford. Our meat is processed by a local USDA packer and marketed directly to the public, both locally and via the internet, as well as to area stores and our local farmers’ market. We like to think of the folks who support us with their meat orders not as “customers” but as “partners.” We hope you will give our meat a try and get back to your grassroots!
Pagosa Baking Company
238 Pagosa St.
American Breakfast and Lunch
Monday – Tuesday, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Wednesday – Sunday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Come visit our bakery cafe for great breakfast burritos with house made green chile, quiches, cream cheese filled cinnamon rolls, muffins and scones. We serve the best coffee and espresso drinks in town. Try homemade soups, and daily sandwich specials on our homemade bread. Wednesday is Thai day, authentic Thai cuisine.
European style sourdough breads and ciabatta rolls, handcrafted sweet and savory baked goods.
We’re famous for our pies.
Pagosa Farmers’ Market
191E Pagosa St.
June 17 – September 16
Saturday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Located at East Side Market.
Locally/regionally grown vegetables and fruits: arugula, peppers, cucumbers, garlic, green beans, herbs, lettuces, onions, potatoes, spinach, squash, tomatoes, zucchini, peaches, strawberries and more. Local grass-finished beef and lamb, free range chicken and eggs and cheeses. Locally produced baked goods and canned goods as well as herbal products and locally raised animal fiber goods. Your experience enhanced by local musicians, a food court, picnic tables, and shade.